Mountain Colors

 

Words by Betsy Marr // Design by Melissa Greenauer // Photos by David Patterson

Oftentimes, a mountain vacation abode takes the shape of nearly all of its neighbors. While beautiful, it is brimming with neutral colors, knotty pine, expected textiles and a rather clichéd western motif. Yet in this recent Bachelor Gulch home, nothing could be further from the truth. The homeowners, once New Yorkers who vacationed in the Connecticut countryside, had recently made their permanent residence in Florida and their secondary home in the Colorado Rockies.

Read the entire feature in the Fall/Holiday 2017 issue of Reign Magazine by clicking here.

Beaver Creek Great Room Design Vail Colorado Greenauer Design Group

A gray ikat pattern was used on the custom couch – perfect for warming up fireside.

Beaver Creek Sofa Design Vail Colorado Greenauer Design Group

Beaver Creek Sofa Pillows Design Vail Colorado Greenauer Design Group

Beaver Creek Master Bedroom Design Vail Colorado Greenauer Design Group

A bold blue color palette brought this bedroom to life, adding character to the stunning mountain abode.

Beaver Creek Bedroom Design Vail Colorado Greenauer Design Group

A guest room shows off custom headboards, which were made using a colorful plaid fabric and classic nailhead trim.

Beaver Creek Guest Bedroom Design Vail Colorado Greenauer Design group

Another guest room shows off tufted headboards and lush fabrics, all the while mixing metals and textures to give the space personality.

Beaver Creek Powder Room Design Vail Colorado Greenauer Design Group

An orange powder room makes a bold statement with a daring wallcovering, unique mirror and raw wood vanity.
Featured Image: An expansive yet inviting family room makes perfect use of sweeping mountain views through floor-to-ceiling picture windows, while a stone fireplace sets the tone for cozy winter evenings.